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The JAGUAR #03

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The latest issue introduces our new ‘cub’, the E-PACE compact practical sports car, which is already turning heads on the street. As we commit to electrifying every new Jaguar from 2020, we explore how pushing boundaries on track helps develop our sports cars, from writing motorsport history at Le Mans, to taking on the Nürburgring with the extreme XE SV Project 8 and being at the very cutting edge with the FIA Formula E Championship.


The Curve LATE 2017 / EARLY 2018 EXPERIENCE Ice Academy Sweden The farthest flung reaches of the world are some of the most enchantingly desolate places – and their extremes of temperature and weather the perfect place for Jaguar to put their cars through their paces. Arjeplog, located in the Swedish Arctic Circle, is where Jaguar’s vehicles undergo their extreme cold climate testing – and you too can get behind the wheel on this sub-zero test track with the Jaguar Land Rover Ice Academy. Arjeplog’s enormous Lake Hornavan, which freezes over completely in winter, is home to a range of shaped circuits that can calibrate the world’s most cutting-edge cars, with just the 1,800-strong population on the lake shore and some of our planet’s most stunning scenery for company. Get behind the wheel for a thrilling drive with the Jaguar Land Rover Ice Academy expert instructors, who will teach you the skills they use to push each new vehicle that passes through here to its limits. Have exhilarating fun driving the Jaguar F-TYPE and Jaguar F-PACE while developing the expertise to become a confident ice driver. And do all of this in the Arctic tundra with the aurora borealis shimmering in the sky above you while enjoying warm hospitality, too. Book your experience now at 14 THE JAGUAR

EVENT Pingxi Sky Lantern Festival The inhabitants of the remote hillside Taiwan town of Pingxi once lit lanterns to indicate to their friends in neighbouring towns that they were safe and well. This has now been transformed into a spectacular visual festival of light that attracts travellers from around the globe who come to witness thousands of lanterns illuminate the sky above Pingxi, hovering in picturesque tranquillity. The next festival is in March 2018. Discover more at 107 SQUARE FEET OF PAVEMENT COLLECTS THE KINETIC ENERGY OF YOUR FOOTSTEPS ON THE GROUND AND CONVERTS “IT INTO ELECTRICITY PHOTOGRAPHY: LANTERN FESTIVAL / NICK HARVEY 2017 TECHNOLOGY A smart step towards electrification Others are following in Jaguar’s footsteps in the drive to electrification. The next time you’re in London, head to Bird Street – just yards from the front door of Selfridges near Bond Street station. There you’ll be able to see what’s claimed to be the world’s first smart street harvest its own energy as you walk. 107 square feet of pavement installed by Pavegen collects the kinetic energy of your footsteps on the ground and converts it into electricity through a series of rotating generators below. See more innovation on London’s streets – go to page 18 for our first drive of the exciting new Jaguar E-PACE. THE JAGUAR 15

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Jaguar Magazine celebrates creativity in all its forms, with exclusive features that inspire sensory excitement, from beautiful design to cutting-edge technology.

In this issue, we explore the art of creativity from the Brazilian masters who devised the graceful art of Capoeira, to the Irish artists mixing new culture with old. You will also discover the creative line that links Victorian wallpaper to the iPhone. While the multi-talented actor and performer, Riz Ahmed, explains why it is the right time to reveal his true self to the world.


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